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Earwaker of Swanmore
Am looking for details of EARWAKER family of Hill Pound, Swanmore. Thomas EARWAKER b.1840 (Blacksmith) marrried 7/6/1870 to Harriett (nee POLLARD) b.1839 Duloe/Tredinnick, Cornwall. This was his 2nd marriage as previously m.25/12/1866 to Gertrude OSGOOD. Children of Thomas & Harriett were Herbert, Mabel Olive, Bertha, Thomas & Edith Jane. Parents of Thomas EARWAKER were Thomas EARWAKER b.1809 & Mary Ann EARWAKER b.1814 both in Swanmore. His grandfather was also Thomas and all three Thomas's were Blacksmiths and all lived at Hill Pound, Swanmore. Edith Jane EARWAKER married George Guy REED 1904 in Swanmore, Bertha EARWAKER married James Thomas GARDNER 1896 in Fareham and Mabel Olive EARWAKER married Henry Charles DUMPER 1895 in Swanmore.
Posted: 2018, Member logged in: 2021
red mail John Reeves c1800
I am looking for information on my 4th Great Grandfather John Reeves born about 1800-1815 in Swanmore, Hampshire, I have no information on his parents or siblings but do know that he married Mary Ann Pook born 1815 in Soberton, Hampshire. I would be pleased to receive any information on the Reeves/Pook family from the Hampshire area.
red mail Holywell
A relative's death cert.(1921) gives daughter's address as Holywell Swanmore. Does anyone know anything about Holywell? Was it a village, house or estate? Daughter was married to Charles Henry J.Knight. Anyone researching the KNIGHT family?
red mail Warren
Interested in this family - also has connections to Droxford/Hambledon/Bishop's Waltham. Also the names of Reeves and Griffin in Swanmore. Any links?

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